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davidge
3 minutes ago, bullseye said:

But once registered by the hotel if you are still in pattaya why the need to register again just because you move 800 meters up the road?

Because those are the Thai laws. Every foreigner must be registered at the address they are residing. Every time you move the new address should be registered.

You’d be unlucky if you had a problem, even if the condo owner didn’t register you.

However, you will need proof of address when you get your extension so will need something to show the condo where you are staying.

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talung66
1 hour ago, bullseye said:

I am arriving shortly for a 38 day stay. I was planning to enter on the visa exemption stamp and extend at Jomtien sometime. I will be staying at a hotel for a week then moving to a condo. Do I need to register within 24 hours of arrival or will the hotel have done it?

just for the better cost and less hassel get a single entry 60 day visa at home. SETV

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davidge
9 minutes ago, talung66 said:

just for the better cost and less hassel get a single entry 60 day visa at home. SETV

Good advice.

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JAI DEE MAK
1 hour ago, bullseye said:

But once registered by the hotel if you are still in pattaya why the need to register again just because you move 800 meters up the road?

Because  immigration wishes to know where you are staying not only what city or province you are staying in.

JDM

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soi16

Went to Imi for reentry. 24h reporting is compulsory aka very highly recommended or take the consequences later.

Better soon then later.

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scubascuba3
I am arriving shortly for a 38 day stay. I was planning to enter on the visa exemption stamp and extend at Jomtien sometime. I will be staying at a hotel for a week then moving to a condo. Do I need to register within 24 hours of arrival or will the hotel have done it?
Depends on the hotel, small ones may not, best to check

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usexpat46
On ‎1‎/‎16‎/‎2018 at 04:46, JAI DEE MAK said:

Because  immigration wishes to know where you are staying not only what city or province you are staying in.

JDM

What about a visit to a friend/relative's house, either Thai or falang for a few days up in Issan?

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Ru4Real
18 minutes ago, usexpat46 said:

What about a visit to a friend/relative's house, either Thai or falang for a few days up in Issan?

Technically they should register you, but being Thailand ...

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cutecutepillow

My personal experience:

I had no idea about this registration thing, but the people in charge to renew my visa after 90 days told me about it during my first week here, pretty glad and you'll see why:

I put them in contact with the condo agent so they can deal with that by themselves, the condo agent told me everything was set. 2 months plus later the people in charge of renewing my visa ask me "Where is the paper?", "WTF? The agent told me everything was set", "No, she never brought the paper, told us she has it and will bring it but now doesn't answer the phone".

I contact her and what was the agent excuse? "Oh, they told me there is no hurry". No hurry is 3-4 days you dipshit, not 3-4 months or until you remember. Finally was just a shitty paper (like 25% of a DIN-A4) with the address of the condo, some signature and some ink seal, just bureaucracy paperwork that nobody will care to check.

Thai mentality.

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soi16
6 hours ago, cutecutepillow said:

Thai mentality

Who gets a fine, you or her, why would the bitch care?

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